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Everett Library Home: Study Spaces & Labs

Reserve A Study Room

 

Use the icon to reserve a study and for more detailed information about what rooms are available to reserve and room expectations check out the Study Room Reservations page. 

Everett Library

Study Spaces

  

BILLY O. WIREMAN ROOM, 102

As a tribute to Dr. Billy O. Wireman, president of the University for 24 years, the Trustees of Queens provided a reading room for students at Everett Library.  The room is outfitted with furniture and other memorabilia from Dr. Wireman's office in Burwell Hall. 

 

CENTER FOR STUDENT SUCCESS, 105

This study room seats 6 and is only available when the tutors from the Center for Student Success are not using the room. The room is not available for reservations Sunday 1-9 and Monday through Thursday 4-9.
 

CHARLES HADLEY ROOM, 107

The Charles Hadley Reading Room in Everett Library honors the legacy of an extraordinary professor and beloved man.  Decorated with items which adorned the walls of Dr. Hadley's office for 50 years, the space provides a quiet area for students to enjoy. 

STUDY ROOM 109

This study room accommodates four people. Students may bring mobile whiteboards in for personal and collaborative work.

STUDY ROOM 110

This study room accommodates four people. Students may bring mobile whiteboards in for personal and collaborative work.

ULTRA QUIET STUDY ROOM, 201

The room number is 201 and is located on the upstairs level.  No talking, cell phone use, or group study is permitted in this space.Come check it out, quietly!

 

ADELAIDE DAVIS COLLABORATION LEARNING ROOM, 207

Adelaide Davis Collaboration Learning room was made possible through the generosity of the Friends of the Library and named in honor of Queens alumna Adelaide Davis. The rooms seats up to 14 people.

 

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY READING ROOM, 208

Given to Everett Library and the Queens community on Valentine's Day of 2011 through the generosity of  the Friends of the Library at Queens, the FOL Quiet Reading Room is a gorgeous space designed for individual study and quiet concentration.  No talking, cell phone use, or group study is permitted in this space.

ROYALS READING ROOM, L01

The Royals Reading Room honors the dedication and hard work of the student athletes of Queens University of Charlotte.  Decorated with amazing photographs of Queens athletes in action, this room offers a great space for group work and study.

CONFERENCE ROOM , L11

Conference room located on the lower lever that seats 8 people.

STUDY ROOM, L12, L13, L14

Individual study rooms with access to power outlets and individual lighting.

 

Makers Spaces

COLLABORATIVE LEARNING CENTER

Made possible through the generosity of the Friends of the Library at Queens, the Collaborative Learning Center is a vibrant space of small group meeting areas with comfortable seating and white boards. 

THE SOUND STUDIO, 204

Students have access to voice and instrument recording through Garage Band software and our Rode Podcaster microphone. Mac software available includes I Movie and Final Cut Pro for Video editing.

THE MEDIA ROOM, 205

The media room offers a video and audio editing station that features Adobe Premier elements, audio editing software, a studio quality microphone, and a high resolution webcam

 

THE PRESENTATION ROOM, 206

The presentation room is equipped with a large TV display that allows students to practice presentations and work on collaborative projects.

 

Labs

LIBRARY INSTRUCTION LAB

Located on the first floor of Everett, the Library Instruction Lab offers fourteen computer stations with internet access, research services, and software applications.  The lab is open for general student use through the day except during specifically scheduled classes.

MAC LAB

Fully equipped with Macintosh computers and scanner, the Macintosh Lab provides software, research, and internet access for graphics editing, word processing, and a host of other applications.  Located in Everett Library’s basement, the Mac Lab is free for student use except during regularly scheduled classes.